About this course
The particular strengths of the Master of Arts in Organizational Management program include an emphasis on understanding the nature of the managerial role, analyzing broad societal trends related to the world of business and developing an individual work-related research project. Individuals in any managerial/supervisory position, as well as those in human resources and marketing, may be most interested in the MAOM degree.
The program is a group-based course with a set curriculum designed to be completed in two school years. Groups meet once a week. Each three-credit course meets six times in four-hour time blocks.
The MAOM program prepares graduate students for enhanced roles in their organizations and the larger society. Students examine carefully the roles organizations play in an era of rapid and global change.
- Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution;
- A 3.0 grade point average (on a 4.0 scale) in the last half of the bachelor's degree program;
- Four years of professional experience in the for-profit, not-for-profit or private sector;
- Satisfactory completion of writing and math tests;
- Completed application materials on file (listed below);
- Interview with one faculty member;
- Approval for admission by the graduate programs in business committee.